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Greiner was glad to hear from Finley. He is much better and expects to come home in a couple of weeks. Greiner has "paid most of his expenses with his paint brush." The Indiana Penitentiary is nearby and he is hoping to visit the institution before he returns home to compare it with their penitentiary. The "Sons" recently dedicated a new hall in Louisville. Quite a number of divisions were represented and the "Daughters" were out in their regalia. Greiner is surprised to hear that Cary has not yet appointed Deputies for Columbus. Abstract Number - 1076
State Prison Letters; Temperance
Greiner, John, "Letter from John Greiner to James B. Finley" (1847). Finley Letters. 1060.